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Yankees: 7 situations you want to see work

The hype surrounding New York Yankees captain Derek Jeter’s last season has generated a lot of emotions amid the sports world. But as this resonates within Yankees Universe, the fans I have spoken believe that sending Jeter out on top is already preordained in baseball history. As perfect an ending that World Series Champ would […]

Yankees: Manny Banuelos, Michael Pineda, and me

Good things come to those who wait.  The question is does this praise of the art of patience pertain in baseball? I promise that Yankees Universe hopes so, as everyone from the front office to the New York fans has awaited the arrival of pitchers Michael Pineda and Manny Banuelos for what feels like an […]

Yankees: The Michael Pineda project part two

As New York Yankees fans relish about the Masahiro Tanaka signing, I started thinking about the return of another pitcher, Michael Pineda. Maybe you had forgotten that Pineda was the main piece the Yankees got in return from the Seattle Mariners for Jesus Montero back in 2012. Or maybe you don’t remember seeing Pineda pitch […]

Yankees Hot Stove: 2 reasons to let Kuroda walk

Andrew Marchand of ESPN New York is reporting that the New York Yankees have made a one-year offer to pitcher Hiroki Kuroda with hopes that he will stay in the Bronx for another season instead of retiring or going to pitch back in Japan. The number is unknown, but it has to be higher than […]

You, Me And Yankees Hot Stove: Cashman’s to do list

Baseball’s Hot Stove is officially about to start, and with all the question marks the New York Yankees will be headlining the show this off-season. After having to endure the Boston Red Sox winning the 2013 World Series, Yankee fans are anticipating that inherited owner Hal Steinbrenner will be filling all the team’s holes with […]

Yankees: Midseason report card

The All-Star break is finally here, and it could not have come any sooner. After witnessing a weekend where the New York Yankees lost their first series to the Minnesota Twins since 2001 put the icing on the cake of what has been a grueling first half. Starting out the season sans Derek Jeter, Curtis […]